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the chilling video that captured the killing of a two-year-old child. it's the evidence prosecutors used to prostitute carmela delaa rosa. >> video so graphic 9news now has chosen not to show it in its entirety. some may find what you are about to see disturbing. ken has the full story. >> tyson's corner surveillance cameras captured the last moments of angelyn's life. her grandmother would kill the child by throwing her off the 45-foot bridge. soon after a scramble, de la rosa's husband react to the horror that just took place. dela rosa was arrested. >> what just happened? >> i lost my mind. >> what do you mean by that? >> i did a terrible thing. >> you drop the baby or threw the baby? >> threw the baby. >> dela rosa's confession was in a void of emotion, the chilling nature of what she would say. the rage that the father's boyfriend, james, for impregnating her daughter before they were married. >> is that a fair question or am i wrong? >> no, that's right. >> let me ask you, you said you were upset with james and you said james threw the baby, what is the baby's name? >>
: i'll kick his ass, man. craig: what the hell is happening to you? you used to be this adorable lovely friendly upbeat robot and now you're some kind of drunken impersonator who waves his hand around. i love it. [laughter] you all right, man? are you over it? geoff: i'm going to be ok. craig: i think we all learned something. it is what you feel inside. [laughter] geoff: yeah, yeah. it is what you feel. craig: what you feel -- uh-oh. sorry. good night, everybody. say good night. [ agent ] so your policy looks good, is there anything else? why did you buy my husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. [ falc
in the middle of a dupont circle area and tonight there is anger. >> anger because he tells us police have ignored his case for days leaving him wounded and bewildered. delia gongalves has the story we will only see on 9. there is some language that some could find offensive. >> he hit me so hard but he said pray for your life [ bleep ] . >> reporter: daniel's jaw was wired shut. ct scans showing multiple fractures to your jaw, a torn cheek and severed nerves. >> my jaw was all the way down here and they struck me a couple times. my ear was still ringing here. and there was a lot of blood coming out of my mouth. >> terrible for a mother to watch somebody else go through this. >> reporter: daniel's mother has been caring for him in her rockville home administering a cocktail of meds. >> in case of choking or suffocation so they can cut their own wires. >> reporter: to add to their trauma, the family has returned to the crime scene to look for clues, they say something police never did. the first phone call they received from a detective was just yesterday. >> i felt we were left hanging an
to get those social security numbers online and within just seconds. our gary nurenberg shows us just how easy. >> reporter: identity thieves stoled the socy number of little alexis agan who died in january after a 33-month fight with brain cancer. they claimed her as a dependent on tax forms and took the deduction. >> to try to profit off the death of a child in this circumstance is just -- it shows a moral wrongness that is just, again, beyond belief. >> reporter: alexis's dad alerted other families. >> since that time 11 families have come forward to learn that their children's social security numbers have been used. >> reporter: and these are all children that died? >> that's correct. >> reporter: we don't know who stole the children's social security numbers, but they're readily available on websites that use the social security administration's death master file which is marketed by the commerce department's national technical information service. buy it for $7,200. >> easy to do? >> very easy. >> reporter: want to know ronald reagan 's social security number. go to a genealogical w
but remember, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. state farm. . >>> this is 9news now. >>> identity thieves preying on the family of children who have died of cancer. we first told you on friday about this despicable practice of stealing the social security numbers of dead children in order to claim them as dependents on federal tax returns. >> well now we're learning it's an even bigger problem than we had realized. and we're learning it's also pretty darn easy to get those social security numbers online and within just seconds. our gary nurenberg shows us just how easy. >> reporter: identity thieves stoled the socy number of little alexis agan who died in january after a 33-month fight with brain cancer. they claimed her as a dependent on tax forms and took the deduction. >> to try to profit off the dea
everybody in show business know each other? craig: >> of course. craig: oh, i feel like i'm being used like you put your daughter in lesbian row so she could get in show business. well, your plan back fired because she was on this show instead. are you ok with her being in show business? >> yes. craig: are you in show business yourself? >> no. craig: what business are you in? >> i'm a homemaker. craig: that is a great business to be in. one that you might want to consider. although choose your partner wisely. someone who perhaps is a little more job security than your bony friend right now. are you all right with the type of men that she dates? are you ok with that? >> sometimes. craig: are you out here to check up on anyone? >> not at the moment. not that i don't know of anyone. craig: i hear you. i hear you. athena, i've got kids. i know what you're saying. [laughter] anyway. i think all's well that ends well. i wish you good luck. look. here is $50. [applause] good night, everybody. . >>> it was a crime that -- brittany norwood is back in court. >> norwood is charged with the beating dea
at lululemon and that one had been taken to the hospital. within about ten minutes she called us back to tell us that jayna had -- was the one that they had pronounced dead. >> reporter: within days, another shocking dt . >> that they had made an arrest. and my immediate reaction was thank god. then when he said who it was, it was incomprehensible. >> yes. it was baffling. just stunning. >> it was at 10:05 p.m. that the employees returned to the store. >> reporter: under arrest, co-worker brittany norwood who police say lured jayna back to the store after closing time and attacked her with such violence even veteran homicide detectives were shaken. >> did she ever mention that she had a problem employee working for her? >> not at all. >> no. >> reporter: or anything like that? >> not at all. >> reporter: the incomprehensible murder believed to be over a bag of lululemon clothing that norwood may have been trying to steal. >> why would you murder someone over lululemon clothes? >> reporter: if brittany norwood needed it so badly for whatever. >> she would have bought it to her. she would have
? craig: i forget. it is in fact nine years. geoff: oooh. craig: ah. so jeffrey, it only remains for us to bid the audience a good night. geoff: you were about to speak in french there. craig: no, no i was not. so geoffrey, it only remains for us to say good night, everybody. geoff: good night, everyone. craig: good night. captioned by the national captioning institute 9news now rundown. a network ahead. >> this is 9news now. >> tonight a ten-year-old girl is back home in temple hill trying to heal from the physical and mental trauma inflicted during a sexual assault yesterday. >> it happened on scottish avenue. the good samaritan walked our armando trull through the entire ordeal. >> little girl was walking home from a nearby elementary school. she had her book bags with her. she was grabbed and drug into this area. she was sexually assaulted, but things could have been much worse if not for the quick actions of a young man they are calling a hero. >> i started hearing screams decrease. i noticed a little girl was saying stop, i don't want to do this. i told you,
weapon at the scene. maybe derek here can help us out with that. boa vista: damn, those are some nice abs. this guy must have lived at the gym. where did he find time to squeeze in all the women? always time to squeeze in women. especially if they're paying. (scoffs) a lot of coagulated blood. probably suffered an intracranial hemorrhage. my guess is he would have bled out if the propane hadn't gotten to him first. got a little something in this wound. would you do me a favor and hand me the magnifying glass and tweezers, please? gracias. mm-hmm. yeah. are those dandruff flakes? maybe from our gigolo joe. his dandruff could have fallen onto the vic when he attacked him. care to take it to trace? thank you. the flakes are pvc plastic. but i can't think of anything made of pvc heavy enough to fracture a skull. what if it were part of a weapon? hmm? this may help. the flakes are coated with water and glycerin. why would that be on the outside of a weapon? it's not what's on the outside. it's what's on the inside. hmm. i'm totally lost. okay. when i was a little, my dad used to take me to the
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right here in washington, d.c. >> the u.s. government is bang americans from doing business with an iranian airline the treasury department said help support the special operations unit planning to assassinate the saudi ambassador to the u.s. >> potters charged potter -- prosecutors charged the man. >> iran government denied it had any involvement but american officials are confident it did play a role. >> they are warning americans to be on alert for terror plots. some analysts are calling for a military strike. >> reporter: you're rights, analysts are saying the administration is being too tame and incident alone is reason enough to start dropping bombs. >> we need to get it to the point where they wouldn't considering doing it again. >> reporter: consulting with allies and appropriate u.n. response and new sanctions on an airline. >> we are committed to holding the iranian's. accountable. >> reporter: they and the rest of the world are waiting to see what the administration means when it says holding iranians accountable. >> we are clearly focused on working through econo
in the filing because somebody else had used our daughter's social security number. >> this is the last thing we needed right now. it's so horrible that someone could think to do this. >> it's bad enough that you have to deal with a child who has cancer and then watch them die in your house. but then to find out that somebody is trying to profit off of your deceased child, it's just beyond belief. >> reporter: alexis's medical journey createa long trail. her medical records with her social security number extensive. >> whether somebody inside the hospital, whether somebody researching online, we could speculate all night long. >> reporter: though he searched his daughter' online trail and found her social security number in social security number on the family history website. we wanted to see how easy it would be so we went to the website and typed in alexis's name and there is her social security number. he thought he should warn the parents of other children who have died of cancer. >> i posted something on my page just to give people a heads up about what happened. and within less than 24 ho
carren is joining us live from outside the store with the very latest on what went down. >> reporter: well, derek and anita, tonight a montgomery county judge has released some of the compelling visual evidence that was presented in court today but he did use his discretion and not relation everything to the public including photographs of jayna murray in the crime scene and in the autopsy. an accomplished love that came to a violent end. prosecutors say murray suffered 322 distinct identifiable injuries including an astonishing 107 defensive wounds. the most the state medical examiner had ever seen. >> newly released photographs detail the multiple weapons brittany norwood allegedly used in the attack. as many as eight including a serrated knife, hammer and box cutter found with a bloodied rope around her neck. the brutal attack lasted as long as 30 minutes, prosecutor's say. state's attorney john mcarthy said her heart is beating, blood is flowing, her wounds are being irrigated with blood. this woman is alive. after the gruesome details emerged so did the shocking defense strategy admitting to
operation troy and tonight the u.s. has crossed into unchartered territory. >> it is believed that for the very first time an american citizen was tracked and executed all based on secret intelligence. this morning they kald anwar al-awlaki and it also took the top saudi bomb maker. he was believed to make the underwear bomb. he was behind the deadly killing in ft. hood. >> the controversy was whether killing an american citizen was the right thing to do. ken is live. >> reporter: al awlaki. earlier today officials put out a statement that read the drone attack that killed aw-awlaki sent the wrong message to the world. >> he was born here. he was an american citizen. he was never tried or charged for any crime. nobody knows he ever killed anybody. >> reporter: a texas congressman has been very vocal about the killing. he was expected of master mining attack as the terrorist behind the attack on a plane. >> if the american people accept this blindly, we now have an accepted practice with the president assassinating people who he think are bad guys. >> reporter: steven bradick s
thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. [ falcon screeches ] ♪ what did we learn on the show tonight craig ♪ [meow] [laughter] craig: so, this is your mom, alex. >> yes. craig: your mom athena. it's a lovely name athena. have you met your daughter's boyfriend? >> yes, i have. geoff: hi, mom. craig: you're cool with this? >> whatever she wants to do is fine. craig: what kind of parent are you. >> you didn't tell me that yesterday. >> i got over it. [laughter] craig: all right. well, this is -- this is fine. ok. we better do the christmas card then. everybody bunch in. . >>> this is 9news now. >> slashed and brutally s
. pregnant? i didn't know ellie was pregnant. and that is the second time you've lied to us. i didn't lie to you. i just didn't tell you. i spoke to your commanding officer. what? why did you do that? do you know what that means? we know exactly what it means. it means an automatic discharge for you if you got her pregnant. oh, my god. you just ruined my life. that's exactly what you said to her last night, isn't it? isn't that why she ended up going home? it... it'll be okay. we know what we have to do. make an appointment tomorrow to get this taken care of. travis, this is our baby. we already talked about getting married. after i get my commission. ellie, if you're pregnant, there is no commission. i don't care if you're in the military. yeah, i know. you've been trying to get me to quit for months. i just walked right into your trap. you went there this morning to get out of the trap you're in, travis. no, i didn't. i went there to apologize. really? you changed your mind just like that-- that fast? i didn't want to lose her. god, even if it meant losing my scholarship. but no one was
demonstrators. the actor is on their list to target. brittany. >> reporter: well, to use one name, wal-mart. the ceo of wal-mart was eating dinner with harrison ford here. and to sum up their theme motto, occupy dc says he represents the 1%. call him indiana jones, he's man these people want. ? was inside union -- this was inside union station after protestors made their presence known. the demonstrators rotating their chants. but regardless of the words, their angry blasts are aimed at the ceos attending this function. >> wal-mart, ceo. >> reporter: and among them was harrison ford. >> we understand he has issues he's trying to promote. join us. join the rebel army. >> reporter: so as they try to lure the actor from what they call the dark side, they hold a sign pointing out the price of one plate for this diner. $1,000. they neglect to mention this is a charity event for charity international. and just like i took video with my cell phone, many more protestors took video with their cell phones. social media is a tool. >> it's like everyone having access to the media. >> reporter: wh
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until he got caught. we do not need people like that in our neighborhood. >> this wooded area is used as a shortcut by many young people. police are telling parents not to allow them to do that. in fact, not to walk alone. they increased patrols in the area and the search for the suspect is underway. reporting in temple hills, i'm armando trull, back to you. >> that assay assailant is described as a black male between 14 and 16 years old. short hair, jeans, a gray hoody, and red and blue sneakers. anita. >> not guilty on all counts. that is what the jury's verdict was today in the trial of susan burke, the teacher accused of choking her first grade students. the prosecution said this teacher turned green castle elementary school in a place of fear. burke abused her power and choked the kid despite being twice warned by the principal. the defense called the principal arrogant. it took the jury just an hour and a half to reach its verdict. >> you think the children lied? >> i don't know if they did or didn't. quite frankly, at this point, that's not a big concern of mine. my client
a little fender bender. oh, jerry, i'm so sorry. i would love to help but remember, you dropped us last month. yeah, you know it's funny. it only took 15 minutes to sign up for that new auto insurance company but it's taken a lot longer to hear back. is your car up a pole again? [ crying ] i miss you, jessica! jerry, are you crying? no, i just, i bit my tongue. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. state farm. . >>> this is 9news now. >>> this afternoon, president obama announced a new plan to help homeowners who owe more on their homes than those homes are worth. >> but tonight lenders say they can't figure out who qualifies for what exactly and what the rules are for making these loans. our gary nurenberg asks the experts for some help. gary. >> reporter: well, anita and derek, as you say, it is a big problem. an estimated 10 million american homes are now worth less than the amount of their mortgages. and that is whom the president is targeting. >> you have a $250,000 mortgage at 6% interest rates but the value of your home has fallen below $200,000, right now you can't refinance
. >> security guards use pepper spray as protesters try to get into one of the city's more popular tourist attractions. >> hello, i'm bruce johnson. the air and space museum was forced to close its doors after protesters stormed the building. between 100 and 200 demonstrators tried to enter the building carrying large signs. they were protesting the use of drones in the war against afghanistan. security guards protested the protesters. a second guard used pepper spray on at least one protester, but several others appeared to be affected by that spray. >> we don't think that would be a museum such as this. we came to the doors and the guard and the police forces inside immediately pushed us out. pepper sprayed us, about 12 of us were pepper sprayed, treated here. >> we were in the mcdonald's restaurant and chased everyone out the door. >> one person was arrested. the air and space museum is scheduled to be open again on sunday. >> observers say some of the protesters are part of the bigger occupied dc movement, which of course is part of the nationwide demonstration that began on wall
survivors say the methodology is sadly wanting. gary nurenberg brings us up-to-date. >> reporter: here is the issue, anita. the health department relies on the cancer registry which began compiling in 1992. they said fort detrick was polluting decades before that, so they should look back decades more than it does. residents have long noted what appears to be greater incidents of cancer among neighbors of fort detrick which is the air, land and water. >> well, there is no abnormal amount of cancer for any of those cancer types. >> reporter: an ongoing department study near the fort is based on the maryland cancer registry that began compiling data in 1992. it did find some evidence of slightly higher cancer rates in general for a six year period in the early 2,000. >> compared with the u.s. rate and the maryland rate and this is -- this shows age adjusted rates of all cancers in maryland and in frederick county. >> reporter: but all totaled. >> at the end of the day, none of these appear to be statistically significant evidence of cluster. >> reporter: going back to 1992 statistics onl
're actually in parts of virginia west of i81. for the rest of us we'll have to wait awhile. we declared tomorrow a severe weather day for heavy wet snow. if you are east of i95, not that much is going to fall. phrase to an inch. if you get -- trace to an inch. if you get west, places like the district, rockville, bethesda back into fairfax, you get north of that near gaithersburg, up into southern frederick county 3-6 inches. that includes all of loudoun county and back into northern sections of fauquier county. there is going to be a bulls-eye of six plus. also a little bulls-eye around loray. why are we so concerned about this? the ground is warm. but there is a lot of trees with a lot of canopy left. so we're looking at major tree damage and the potential that would translate into a tremendous amount of power outages. now, here is the deal. winter weather advisory in baltimore, howard county, montgomery county back through fairfax and prince william and southern fauquier north and west of that still a winter storm warning from midnight until saturday at 6:00 p.m. so we are concerned
a judge was decided if pictures showing the scattered skull of murray can be used in court. investigators say the blows to her head were too numerous to count. her spinal court had been severed. today jury selection had started and it was a tough task. matt jablow breaks it down. >> reporter: a lot of lawyers think jury selection is the most important part of the trial. today jury selection began in the lululemon murder trial. 300 people are part of the jury pool. today 150 of them answered questions about the case from the defense and prosecution. here are some of the more interesting responses. 38 of the 150 people questioned said they have already formed an opinion about brittany norwood's guilt or innocence. 18 out of 150 says they had never heard of the lululemon case. and ten of the 150 people said the graphic nature of some of the evidence would affect their ability to be impartial. >> those jurors probably will be excused if they can't overcome that to be fair and look at the evidence without any bias or prejudice. >> reporter: jury selection re assumes tomorrow morning at 9:15. w
. >> it's really upsetting. he brought us all these great products. >> reporter: sadness and disbelief outside te georgetown apple store was felt for this man, steve jobs. >> it's incredible with its multi-touch user face. >> reporter: the create er of apple and former -- the creator of apple and former ceo died wednesday night. he passed peacefully in the presence of his family. apple's website responded quickly to job's passing with an obituary on its front page. >> i think when you see one of these things, it's going to be blown away. >> reporter: he devoted his entire career to revolutionizing consumer gadgets from the iphone to the ipad. all of them created a cold following. apple dots considered him the biggest icon. >> he's definitely a trend setter. if you look at the ipad tablet, he was one of the pioneers. and look at all of the other companies like samsung, motorola, they have all followed him. >> it's shocking. >> reporter: despite the heavy hearts for apple fans, some are pointing out what they believe will be the inevitable thursday morning, a drop in apple stocks. earli
some basic experience with emergency medical care. you used to be a firefighter and emergency first responder. you've seen this thing firsthand. >> reporter: yes. we see it all of the time. >> all right, ken molestina. we thank you. >>> new tonight a montgomery county judge has limited the amount of photos prosecutors will be able to show in the opening statements of the brittany norwood trial. norwood is accused of bludgeoning her co-worker jayna murray to death at the lululemon athletica store and then concocting an elaborate coverup to throw police off her trail. the judge says he was concerned that showing the murder of her gruesome injuries would make jurors immediately disturbed and emotional and cause them to tune out testimony. 65 perspective jurors have been asked to come back to court tomorrow. this afternoon jayna murray's college roommate from george washington was in attendance and spoke to 9news about her murdered friend. >> she lived life with open arms. she embraced everybody. she loved what she did. i want to celebrate her life. i want to carry on her legacy. >> 12
conditions across the region. hello, i'm bruce johnson and thanks for joining us. snow, sleet and rain have been falling across the washington area. tonight, temperatures are dropping. we've got team coverage for you, this unusual october snowstorm. from western maryland. to parts of virginia to the northeast states but first we will go to annie on the weather terrace. >> you can see the cold air mass that has been left behind. once the storm went on through. dropping lots of snow in some locations. and in fact here on the weather terrace, i see a little bit of snow, even on our patio furniture. here is a look at some of the snow that has fallen. cascade maryland, a lot of snow. in maryland, in clarksburg, thanks to harold sending in those pictures for us today. snow totals around the area. here is a little sampling. maryland, in frederick kahn, check that out. almost a foot of snow fell today. clarksburg maryland getting three inches officially. and gaithersburg a half of an inch. barryville virginia three inches and winchester, virginia, five inches. inside the beltway, a trace to less th
. hello, i'm bruce johnson. thank you for joining us this sunday night. over 100 people known dead tonight but counting is just beginning. the fear that number will climb dramatically. an undetermined number trapped under collapsed buildings and homes in the massive quake that struck the eastern part of turkey this morning. drew levinson begins our coverage with the latest on rescue and recovery efforts tonight. >> reporter: emergency crews worked through the night tigging through the rubble for survivors after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake devastated eastern turkey sunday. rescue workers endured bitter temperatures along with several aftershocks including one that registered 6.1. the turkish prime minister went to see the damage himself. in the daylight it is easier to get a clearer picture of the devestation. buildings are in shambles and thousands have been forced from their homes including this woman who lost her home. but said thank god my kids were not at home during the quake. emergency workers dug through the debris hoping to find someone inside alive. and they did. this man pulled f
of killing brittany murphy to death. angie has been following this case from the beginning. she joins us live from outside of the store with the latest on what went down today. andrea. >> reporter: tonight a montgomery county judge released some of the compelling visual evidence that was presented in court today, but he did use his discretion and not release everything to the public, including photographs of jana murray here at the crime scene and at the autopsy. she lived life to the fullest, and we know her accomplished life came to an extraordinarily violent end. prosecutors say murray suffered 322 distinction identifiable injuries, including an astonishing 107 defensive wounds, the most the state medical examiner had ever seen. newly released photographs detail the different weapons that brittany norwood allegedly used, as many as eight including a hammer and box cutters. murray's body was found with a bloody rope around her neck. the brutal attack lasted as long as 30 minutes prosecutors say. john mccarthy said "her heart is beating, her blood is flowing, her wounds are being irrigated w
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it fitting to use the opening night of jamaica joe's as a celebration spot one day early. >> this is a dream for me as well. dr. king means a lot what he stands for. having a place that stands for love and unity and the faith that we have. >> reporter: and the memorial will open up tomorrow to the public at 11:00 a.m. of course, you can count on wusa 9 to have live coverage of all the events. >> ken, thanks a lot for that. freedom plaza is located across from city hall has gotten pretty crowded with a lot of diverse people and a lot of different issues. brittany morehouse reports on how everybody's getting along. >> reporter: with cursive writing etched in cement at freedom plaza. >> the idea you and i are now talking like this is just common. you approach me and ask could you interview me. that would be something that would be real unique back then. >> reporter: not today. you can see that everywhere. these demonstrators for d.c. statehood stand side by side with those against moore and occupy d.c. protesters. their causes different, but their connections the same. dan anderson is here on a
, trace it. well, he was smart. he used internet cafes, paid cash, made sure there were no cameras. so what, dead end? except we had our techs check the visitor logs of those chat rooms going all the way back to the fall. what, this cheerchik appear before? yeah, three months ago. and he just finds them again online? how do you explain that? well, we can't exactly, but at least we have somebody to ask now. the guy slipped up and used his home computer. i.p. address traces back to a brendan mccrary. all right, and? he fits the profile. he had a daughter who was victimized by an online predator... she committed suicide a year ago. wife works for a mortgage company. colby: so he had access to all the real estate information he needed. all right, go for it. pick him up, let's see what we got. dad... see that? oh, yeah. good, son. so, no, i need some answers... brendan mccray. i got to go. fbi. we need to talk to you. about what? your exploits on the internet. cheerchik15-- ring a bell? turn it around, put your hands behind your back. okay, wait, wait, this is nuts. guys, we're on the same
the hell? >> -- geoff: that was my girl. craig: oh, yeah, i forgot. i completely forgot that you guys used to go out for an episode. well, you know, alex has moved on. maybe you should. geoff: looks like you like a little ginger in your coffee, alex. i guess if you're into dudes that look like opi. craig: this is like a reality show with freaks. of course, there's no freeks on any other reality show. i'm saying the opposite of what's true. your hand just moved which is weird because this is the hand that doesn't move. geoff: i'm plugged in. i can go longer. craig: good night, everybody. say good night, kids. good night. [cheers and applause] . >>> this is the news now. >> a day with heart wrenching disappointment as police find the lifeless body of who police believe is 11-year-old william mcquain. >>> 11-year-old jessica nguyen was found stabbed to death in may and they made an arrest, her stepfather. ken molestina is live with the montgomery county jail with more on the story. >> reporter: derek and anita, we're talking about 42-year-old david hang. today he was arrested by police and br
with jayna's parents, and she joins us tonight. >> reporter: well, derek, so often we cover violent crimes but rarely bet the sense of what a -- get the sense of what a family has truly lost. but phyllis and david murray allowed us a glimpse of their life and healing. they're trying to live a full and happy life like she did in her honor. >> we carry jayna in our hearts wherever we go. >> reporter: jie na murray's life was souring. engaged to be married to a man she knew since childhood. working on two master's degree and on the fast track of lululemon. >> even with tears running down your cheeks, you know what a blessing i had. >> reporter: in one brutal encounter, jay na was gone. the store jayna loved in life became a shrine to her in death. >> i cried. >> it was just so overwhelming. >> overwhelming, yes. >> i mean, you just -- again, my thought was jayna would never believe this. >> reporter: for the close knit murray family, returning to the area was heart-breaking. >> we all broke down in tears. it was like reality. we're arriving in dc. a city that every time i went i was ecstatic.
the identifies of children who have died in order to use their social security numbers for final gain. 9news now broke the story of an arlington family living through that kind of cruelty this week. it is now getting national attention as congress looks for a solution. gary nurenberg has today's developments. >> reporter: identity thieves stoled the socl security number of 4-year-old alexis agan of arlington after she died in january and used it to claim her as a dependent deduction on a tax return. >> it's very, very upsetting and angering. >> it's despicable. >> reporter: within days, 11 other families who had lost kids to cancer told jonathan and nelle the same thing had happened to them. what's the appeal of a dead child's social security number? >> there is no credit report established in the child's name, which means that if the thief is using it, that name will not pinning up against a credit report, a fraud alert, any of the fraud detection data bases. >> reporter: the social security numbers can be found online through the death master file. >> it has created in many respects the perfec
public school officials today, but nobody called us back. >>> bizarre details involving the death of a young girl in gaithersburg. david hang was paid to marry the mother of 12-year-old jessica ny again nyugen as part of an immigration scam. you can see the grief on the faces of the family where hang sobbed and said he was innocent. but evidence proves otherwise. his cell phone placed him in the area. footprints and a sheet were found at the crime scene. >> we were able to get dna off the sheet. we were able to make an impression of the boot print. >> what troubles me is you can have somebody as cold and heartless that could kill a child. >> hang was angry with the nguyen family and the couple was going through a divorce. he was a bus driver and called off sick the afternoon of the murder. >>> new evidence tonight against another step-dad. this time in the murder of a young montgomery county boy. surveillance tape from a gas station in clarksburg puts curtis lopez and 11-year-old william mcquain just a few feet from where they found the beaten body and a few minutes before the chi
and a political scandal that won't end until the u.s. attorney says it's over. >> they packed the annual d.c. chamber of commerce dinner tonight. >> this is the business solution, not a social work solution. >> 11% unemployment rate could be reduced, cut a lot of the red tape that is tieing the hands of local businesses. >> we want lower regulations, for one. make it easier for businesses to be here. >> if you look at a company like living social. they had 40 or 50 employees, now they have 700. >> who could miss this scene? mayor vincent gray engaged in conversation with former campaign chairman, lorraine green. >> we were supposed to talk about the chamber event. >> both have seen their reputations battered. a former candidate for mayor himself. brown claims he was paid during the campaign. then given a job in the gray administration for helping undermine the campaign of adrian fenty. mayor gray and lorraine green said any wrong doing. >> they concluded the investigation and the conclusion was that i have no involvement. we look forward to getting the results. we realize, bruce, t
of his car. topper shutt has analyzed it and tells us what is happening there. top. >> yes, guys, this is incredible video. and textbook video in terms of we always talk about flying debris. get out of the way. this is i95 and there was a tornado warning at this time. you see the trees just flying back and forth. bending back and forth in the strong wind. what this really shows is the debris. and we always talk about flying debris. get out of the way of flying debris. anything that is blowing at 60, 70, 80 miles an hour can cause injury. so this is a textbook case of flying debris. now, what is going on now? all right. well, now we look at the live radar. most of the showers and thunderstorms are on the way out but we're not done yet. no warnings, no watches right now. all of the flood warnings have expired. still a pretty good thunderstorm. pretty good rains in parts of montgomery county, paths of the district as you're -- parts of the district as you're going out 50. we'll widen out just a little bit. and then we're going to put this into motion. where is it going to go in the
. >> the accidents will take second to happen. it will take months for us to figure out what actually caused it. we're going to understand why. with the why, it allows the safety board to make recommendations so it doesn't happen again. >> they've already begun to interview the pilot and they've taken the wreckage to see what went wrong. >>> the dc institution says a whole lot of things went wrong when scores of teachers were fired and in the past three months arbitrators ruled many of the teachers need to be reinstated. the rulings could cause dc and the taxpayers millions of dollars. >> i absolutely know that teaching is my calling. >> reporter: she can't wait to get back to work. after teaching audio production for two years at mckinley tech, she was fired three years ago. she says without cause by the dc public school system. >> we were doing documentaries and really phenomenal things when out of the blue just, hey, you're fired type deal. >> reporter: recently an arbitrator ruled she was wrongly dismissed. so sometime in the next few weeks she'll be back in the room. she was one of about 660 d
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